Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes - Open House!

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Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes Open House Aug. 8, 1 - 4 p.m. at Glen Haven Beach. Visit FriendsOfSleepingBear.org for additional information. (click image to enlarge)

Everyone is invited!  Join the wonderful group, Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes, at their Open House on Wednesday, August 8, from 1 - 4 p.m at Glen Haven in Sleeping Bear Dunes.

They have been working hard on many accessibility improvements in the park and are offering everyone a chance to check out the fantastic improvements first-hand.  Park passes will be provided for the event and will be free once you arrive at Glen Haven - passes are valid for the event only (Aug. 8, 1 - 4 p.m.).


  • Take a walk on the new ADA Walkway and enjoy the beautiful views of Lake Michigan.

  • Try out the new beach wheelchair and enjoy the views from the shore and beach area.

  • Give the new and tough All-Terrain Wheelchair a spin - see where you can go!


Help us spread the word about these wonderful improvements at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore!  If you're around, swing by this inclusive, accessible, and fun event on August 8.  Adventure awaits for everyone!

For additional information on Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes visit their website: www.FriendsOfSleepingBear.org

 

 

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